Boeing CEO James McNerney, the head of Obama’s Export Council, and others are quick to tout limited-but-real progress in the administration’s export licensing reform and growth initiatives. But already, some are suggesting far more must be done to meet the goal of doubling U.S. exports by 2015. The council met last week—and later McNerney addressed an American Enterprise Institute audience—to discuss an ongoing process to clean up and synchronize the U.S. Munitions and Commerce Control ...
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